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10/23/2016 8:45:46 AM
Two school districts in the north county have recently tested positive for high levels of lead.  The Fredonia Central School District tested samples in its elementary school and the Wheelock School on September 20th and 21st, as well as the middle school and high school on September 27th and 28th.  Fredonia Central School officials say some of the samples contained elevated lead levels, more
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2016-10-23 09:56
AT&T has announced it is buying Time Warner for $85.4 billion. The deal mirrors Comcast's 2011 acquisition of NBC Universal to form a media giant. Regulators will need to approve the deal, which could raise concerns over media consolidation. Columbia University Law Professor Eric Talley says the two companies will defend the deal as a way of boosting each side's reach... [ more
2016-10-23 09:49
Fredonia attorney Michael Sullivan, who is running for Chautauqua County Family Court Judge, was in Jamestown this week to speak with the Jamestown AM Rotary Club on initiatives underway to improve Family Court. During the Rotary Club's meeting on Wednesday, Sullivan talked about efforts to assure that all children who are freed for adoption can find a family, as well as a project to identify more
2016-10-23 08:56
A Portland man faces a number of drunk-driving related charges after his blood alcohol content was found to be more than twice the legal limit in the Town of Pomfret. Chautauqua County Sheriff's deputies pulled over 30-year-old Keith Grzegorzewski on Route 20 shortly after 3:00 AM Sunday and later determined that he was allegedly intoxicated. A check of Grzegorzewski's driver's license revealed more
2016-10-22 03:35
The Dunkirk Marauders continue to impress people day in and day out as they demolished the Maryvale Flyers 59 to 0 in the Class B quarter finals last night. They hosted the Flyers at Karl Hoeppner field, which was the first home playoff game for the Marauders since the new field has opened up. There have been teams like Fredonia that played a playoff game at Dunkirk, but it’s good to have a more
2016-10-22 01:43
A group called the New World Hackers is now claiming they are behind a massive widespread Internet shutdown. And they may have used your household devices to carry it out. On Friday, from 6:00 AM Eastern Time until late into the night, wave after wave of the impacts blocked access across the globe. ABC News reports that the FBI is investigating the widespread cyber-assault that denied some users more
2016-10-22 11:49
Officials at the State University of New York at Fredonia have officially opened the doors to a new addition to the Rockefeller Arts Center. The ribbon was cut Friday afternoon at the art center's new $40 million addition on campus. With the expansion, the Rockefeller Arts Center now combines all but one art under the facility's roof. University officials were also joined by State Senator Cathy more
2016-10-22 09:07
Today is National Prescription Drug Takeback Day, and the Dunkirk Police Department is once again participating in the 12th annual event organized by the federal Drug Enforcement Agency. Dunkirk Police Chief Dave Ortolano tells WDOE News that one of the reasons his department takes part in this program is because they have had many reports of people, especially senior citizens, missing more
2016-10-22 07:47
Dunkirk High School's first ever home playoff game?  Windy and rainy conditions?  No problem at all for the Marauders, who demonstrated Friday night that they've got bigger things in mind, like a trip to Orchard Park.  In a game broadcast on WDOE, Dunkirk extended its winning streak to six games, shutting out Maryvale 59-0 in the Section VI Class B quarterfinals at Karl more
2016-10-22 07:01
Chautauqua County lawmakers have been able to reduce local spending in County Executive Vince Horrigan's proposed 2017 budget by another $200,000. That from Chairman Pierre Chagnon of the legislature's Audit and Control Committee, which wrapped up budget deliberations on Thursday. Chagnon says they did it through a number of changes to the more than $270 million spending plan... [ more
2016-10-21 02:23
Jamestown Police are investigating an arson involving a stolen car that was discovered early Friday morning in the area off of Lister Avenue near the railroad tracks.  Police say a passerby noticed the vehicle to be fully engulfed in flames around 4:45 am.  Jamestown firefighters extinguished the blaze involving a 2010 Toyota Camry.  Further investigation determined that the more
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